Really, people, this is not rocket science and you can look it up yourself.
So, Arizona GOP Chairman Tom Morrissey resigned last Wednesday after he lit a fire under the state’s Electoral College asshat meeting when he questioned our Illustrious Leader’s eligibility, something to do with a quack birthicate [source]. I’m not kidding. Morrissey managed to rise to his lofty position without knowing anything about the U.S. Constitution’s requirement for the presidency. To be fair, Morrissey, Chairman Don Ascoli and former Graham County Republican Chairman John D. Rhodes have basketballs to speak truth to power and I salute them for their bravery. (For the accuracy of their contention…bzzzzt.) As long as the birthicate feign is front and center, they won’t address the larger issue of the IL’s foreign father, which is the issue. Our founding father’s addressed this issue of ‘allegiance to the country’ in their writings, and reason why; to be a natural born citizen one has to have PARENTS who are U.S. citizens. Not one parent, but 2 parents. A mother and a father. It’s why they use the word “parents”, as in, plural. If our knucklehead leaders had to read the Constitution as a prerequisite to placement on the ballot to begin with, we wouldn’t be having these discussions. “Every child born requires no act of law to establish the fact the child inherits through nature his/her father’s citizenship as well as his name (or even his property) through birth” (Defining Natural-Born Citizen). Our IL’s father was a British subject, therefore so is our IL unless he disavowed his British allegiance and consented in writing allegiance to the U.S. of America. We have yet to see evidence of this, as far as I can glean. (Which, of course, will suddenly appear online posthaste [if the usual psychopants read my posts and report to their Leader.]) So, let me capitulate: It’s not about the Birthicate:
*It’s the Foreign Allegiance*
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